How can i reduce the size of my thigh’s?
I don’t like my thigh’s. Im a 14 year old girl and i know this is probably normal for me to worry but they are not in proportion with my body
i am a size uk 8 but my thigh’s are too tight on trousers. any exercises would help please and if it helps flab on the stomach to that would be fab! Quick answers please because i want to get started!
I do alot of dancing too so i do get lots of exercise but that only works my lower leg and arms.
alot of people want to gain muscle and tone not reduce it. im training as an aerobics instructor at college, i know its normally used for loosing weight but if u eat a healthy balanced diet and do cardiovascular exercise regularly then u should be able to reduce some of the muscle in your legs, im not sure how effectively this would work, by chance it could define your muscles slightly more.
try doing the cardio workout and make sure you eat alot of fibers etc. if someone does too much workout but cuts down on the amount they eat they are more likely not to put on more muscle, because obviously if you work out then eat alot of food half an hour later or before all the food proteins and stuff are automatically changed to build up the muscle, so maybe try and find a website that could help you find the right diet t go with the exercise.
A good way to lose weight anywhere in the body is to combine calorie-reduction with spending calories as much as you can.
To achieve this, you have to eat a balanced, nutritious meal. It may not be a good idea to miss any meal as that slows the metabolism down and hinders weight loss.
To aid that process, you may like to add on any exercise you can manage to get. The best results are when the exercise should be regular and consistent, but the good news is that EVERY BIT COUNTS! So find some way of incorporating any activity into your daily routine: walking to the office, school, up the stairs; any weekend routine can also be of help.
If you want to get on a serious weight loss plan, besides commitment, you need to go in for a 4 Pronged Plan
You need to work on building your heart-lung (cardiovascular) endurance. Take up any activity form cycling, to running or jogging to skiing to swimming to even brisk walking to get that gut into its original size. This kind of activity will draw upon the fat stores in the body for generating fuel to last that long. The presence of oxygen (controlled breathing during this workout, instead of huffing and puffing) will mobilize the fat to get utilised instead of stored. This will take care of the fat that lies ABOVE THE muscles. Thankfully, any aerobic activity that elevates your heart rate can help you burn fat and take off unwanted pounds. Many experts recommend doing at least three sessions of 20 minutes of aerobic activity per week. Ideally, for long-term weight control, you should engage in at least four sessions per week, for 45 minutes each time.
2. Weight Training or Yoga
Get a yoga teacher to train you in the complete area of yoga or you can join a gym or work out at home with an overall weight training program so that the lean mass percentage IN THE ENTIRE BODY increases. Balance your abdominal crunches and leg lifts with an equal amount of effort for the lower back to ensure it is not weak. Work out the rest of the body for the best results. And of course, concentrate on technique and quality of your abdominal crunches and pelvic lifts, rather than higher repetitions. And remember, exercises such as these, only improve the tone and endurance of the muscles, they don’t burn fat.
3. Healthy diet spread through the day, not night
Eating the right food out of habit rather than as a fad, can work wonders for an extra middle. Keep the calories light and spread out through the day rather than bunching them all at night and then sleeping on it, when the body’s metabolic rate is the slowest.
4. Holding tummy upright
Sitting up tall and straight all day with your tummy tucked in tight can assist in firming up the muscles in the midsection, which in turn appears more slender and trim.